Brown Bags & Speakers
We hold brown bags throughout each semester, in which students and faculty from the program present informally in front of their peers, often in preparation for conferences or to elicit ideas on how to improve their research.
Below is our current brown bag schedule. You can also check out an archive of past brown bags.
Brown Bag Schedule
March 6, 2017
Emily Wood - Understanding the Shift from "no means no" to "yes means yes": Investigating Interpretations of Affirmative Consent Policies in a Community Sample
April 17, 2017
Ryan Erhart - Becoming a data scientist: What is it, relevance to social psychology, and skills required to becoming a successful data scientist
Dr. Mariah Evans - Circadian rhythms and chronotypes: Harnessing neuroscience for institutional design
May 1, 2017
Mauricio Alvarez - The impact of class-based prejudice toward defendants and victims on mock jurors decision-making
Please check out our archive of past brown bags to see some of our student's and faculty's research interests and check back here for the full schedule.